This year’s 6th of May Clydesdale Regatta is cancelled.
But don’t worry: we’re looking to organise a new sprint event in August. We are looking forward to this new event and hope to see you all there. More information will be given out closer to the time, so keep an eye out to our website and be ready!
This year’s 6th of May Clydesdale Regatta is cancelled.
Clydesdale ARC are selling a 60kg Starline single and two sets of Concept2 sculling blades. Read more for details.
Many thanks to all crews attending. Challenging conditions, fast flow and a shortened course made for quick times.
Congratulations to the winners of today (in running order):
- O8+: Edinburgh Uni BC A
- Nov 8+: Edinburgh Uni BC & Glasgow Uni BC (dead heat)
- W Res2 8+: Glasgow Academy
- W Nov 4+: Clydesdale ARC
- J16 4x+: Clydesdale ARC
- W J15 4x+: Loch Lomond RC
- Res2 8+: Edinburgh Uni BC
- W Ju18 8+: Glasgow Academy
- Nov 4+: Glasgow Schools
- Masters 4+: Clydesdale ARC
- W Res2 4+: Clydesdale ARC
- W Ju14 4x+: Castle Semple RC
The Head pennants were won by:
- Overall Head: Edinburgh Uni BC (Res2 8+) in 7 min 5 sec
- Overall Women: Glasgow Academy (W J18 8+) in 8 min 1 sec
- Junior Women: Castle Semple (W J18 8+) in 8 min 44 sec
Full results are available for download (results).
See you again soon at Clydesdale’s Summer Regatta on 6 May 2017!
The final draw for the 4’s and 8’s Head is now available (download). Unfortunately we had to cancel Res2 4+, Ju14 4x+ and W Ju16 4x+ due to insufficient entries.
All crews should be aware of the Rules of the Clyde, and keep left when rowing up to the start.
If you are driving to Clydesdale, please adhere to the 5 mph speed limit in Glasgow Green, and park on the river side only.
Find more information on the race on the 4’s and 8’s Head page.
Club Pizza night is on Friday 20th January at the clubhouse. There will be a log-fired pizza oven to make us some lovely pizzas! Few things about the evening:
1. Tickets are £12.50 and can be bought from this link
2. Apologies for the late notice but please buy your tickets by Thursday 12th evening.
3. Evening will start at 7pm and we’ll aim to be eating around 7.30pm.
4. Please email if you have any dietary requirements.
5. If you are over 18, please feel free to BYOB.
Families and friends welcome!!
Burns Night – Friday the 24th of February is the Clydesdale Burns Supper. More details to follow so look out.
Clydesdale ARC have recently taken delivery of our new safety Launch named the “Katrine”. The naming ceremony took place as part of the Club Sculls competition on 25th September. Our brand new launch will provide essential safety cover for our members on the river. In June of this year our grant application was submitted to Sports Council for Glasgow. Our exisiting launch was still functioning but nearing the end of it’s lifespan & requiring increasing maintenance.
With cost of a new launch estimated at around £900 we sought assisitance from Sports Council for Glasgow to contribute to the purchase. We were delighted when our application for a £500 grant towards the cost of this essential piece of equipment had been successful.
Clydesdale has a growing membership and following the success of GB rowing team in Rio we have been inundated with a new batch of rowers, so having a new reliable launch has never been more important.
The primary objective of the General Grant scheme is to stimulate development of sport, at all levels, within Glasgow and CARC are very grateful for their support.
If you want to find out more about the funding available to clubs please access www.scglasgow.org.uk
Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Scottish Rowing Indoor Championships this weekend. Particular tip of the hat to our podium finishers from Clydesdale!!
Emma Morrison – Girls J15 – 3rd
Colette Smith – Girls J16 – 2nd
Victoria Marshall – Girls J18 – 2nd
Girls J16 Team – 1st
Girls J18 Team – 3rd
James Morrison – Boys J16 – 2nd
Vincent Jozajtis – Boys J18 – 3rd
Boys J18 Team – 3rd
Guy Chatfield – M40 HWT – 3rd
Full results are online at Scottish Rowing
The Heritage Lottery Fund has announced its support for the redevelopment of the Category B listed West Boathouse on Glasgow Green, with a First Round Pass for a Heritage Grant of £1.212m including development funding of £121,900 for Glasgow Building Preservation Trust to develop their proposals further.
Olympic Silver Medallist Polly Swann announced the award before prize-giving for the Scullers Head event on Saturday. We welcomed Cllr Archie Graham OBE of Glasgow City Council, Julie Procter of MyParkScotland and Morin Fenton from Spirit of Calton, who all spoke about the wider support for the Glasgow Building Preservation Trust project.
Our thanks go to the Heritage Lottery Fund for their support and to Glasgow Building Preservation Trust for all their hard work. Please help us share this wonderful news on social media, using the #WestBoathouse #HLFsupported hashtags.
You can see other articles in the press:
A day of perfect racing weather saw 66 single scullers and 44 double sculls finish the 4 km course on the Clyde, from 12 year olds to competitors in their 70s, from novices to the Rio 2016 silver medallist Polly Swann.
The results are now available on the event page.
Glasgow Building Preservation Trust have been overwhelmed by the support shown for their first crowdfunding campaign. 184 donations have raised a total of £5378 towards the costs of developing the West Boathouse project in Glasgow Green. Through the MyParkScotland portal, gift aid collected on donations has raised over £700 for the Glasgow Green Endowment Fund which will help safeguard Glasgow Green for future generations.
Murray Shaw, Chair of Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, said:
“We are delighted and overwhelmed at the public support shown for this project on Glasgow Green. Not only have we exceeded the funding target set, but we have also found nearly 200 supporters of this exciting project.”
Ian Goodman, MyParkScotland Project Manager, said:
“The West Boathouse has been one of the most successful campaigns on the MyParkScotland portal, with the largest number of donations received for any of the MyParkScotland campaigns so far. We have been impressed by the level of support shown for the project and delighted not only that the project surpassed its target but also over £700 has been raised from the gift aid contributions which will support future improvements to Glasgow Green through the endowment fund.”
Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club have been impressed and amazed by the wider interest shown in the West Boathouse. Our thanks go to Glasgow Building Preservation Trust and MyParkScotland for their efforts in this. We are also particularly grateful to Alisdair Woodburn, for the use of his gorgeous image of the West Boathouse.
With donations received from as far away as Texas, London and Aberdeen the public appeal has demonstrated to the rowing clubs that there is a wider interest in saving the listed building and the we look forward to working with all the supporters to develop a project that enables the Boathouse to serve the wider users of Glasgow Green in the future as well as it has served the rowing clubs in the past.
More information on the Boathouse Project can be found here.
Please support other projects on MyParkScotland here.